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GULAR AHMADOVA RELEASED ON PAROL COURT SENDS NIDA ACTIVISTS TO JAIL FOR LENGTHY TERMS MAY (05 -10)
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On May 5 through 8, the trial on the case of the chairman of Election Monitoring and Democracy Studies Center (EMDS) Anar Mammadli, EMDS executive director Bashir Suleymanli and head of a partner NGO, Elnur Mammadli continued with victim testimonies in Baku Court on Grave Crimes. Etiram Muradov, regarded as a victim by the investigation, noted in the process that he had no claims against defendants. Then another alleged victim, Hasan Hasanov testified. He took part in the 2013 presidential election monitoring projects. He said he signed a receipt for 456 manat, but was only given 100 manat. It turned out over his questioning that Hasan Hasanov had not submitted his high school diploma to these organizations and was dismissed from the project, as he could not manage his work. Overall, twelve ‘victims’ testified at hearings. Neither of them had claims against the defendants, so they objected to being regarded as victims. Lawyer Alibaba Rzayev handed over a letter from the headquarters from the U.S. National Democratic Institute confirming that the grant mentioned in the criminal case had actually been awarded to the Volunteers International Cooperation PU and they did not have any claim against the accused. The lawyer also presented notary-certified letters from seven ‘victims’ in which they did not recognize themselves as victims. Note that Anar Mammadli, head of the NGO EMDS, was detained on 16 December 2013, on charges of running business without registration, tax evasion and abuse of office by influencing election results. He was sent to pretrial detention straight away, while the two other accused, EMDS executive director Bashir Suleymanli and Volunteers International Cooperation public union director Elnur Mammadov were prohibited to leave Baku until trial. On March 19, the accused faced additional charges of service forgery and appropriation of property. On May 5, Azadliq newspaper staff was picketing in front of the office of the Gasid press distribution firm demanding repayment of an amassed debt of 68,000 manat which Gasid owes to Azadliq for sold papers. Gasid director Mirkazim Kazimov met the protesters saying the firm admits the debt, but does not have means to pay it back, as itself was in a "dire financial state". Kazimov promised to try to pay part of the debt every week. On May 5, Baku Appeal Court held a hearing on the case of former MP Gular Ahmadova.Referring to Article 70 (conditional condemnation) of the Criminal Code, Ahmadova's previous sentence was commuted to a suspended sentence with 3 year probation. Gular Ahmadova was freed from the courtroom. Note that former MP Gular Ahmadova was handed down a 3-year prison sentence on December 3, 2013 on charges of embezzlement and concealment of crime. Ahmadova's lawyer Afsar Talibov appealed against the court's verdict. Trial on the case of journalist Parviz Hashimli re-opened on May 5. While examining the evidence, the judge Novruz Karimov read the opinions of judicial experts. The judge announced completion of judicial investigation and the prosecutor requested time out to prepare his speech. Note that Bizim Yol newspaper journalist and moderator.az editor-in-chief Parviz Hashimli was detained on September 17, by employees of the Ministry of National Security. Main Investigation Department of MNS launched a case against him with three articles of the Azerbaijani Criminal Code: Article 206.3.2 (smuggling of firearms on preliminary arrangement by an organized group), 228.2.1 (illegal purchase, transfer, selling, storage, transportation and carrying of firearms, their accessories, supplies and explosives by an organized group) and 228.2.2 (the same acts committed repeatedly). The flat of Matanat Azizova, head of the Woman Crisis Center, was searched on May 6. The group of searchers included 3 people from Ministry of National Security (MNS) and one from General Prosecutor’s Office, accompanied by 2 cameramen from the MNS. Samira Agayeva noted that employees of law enforcement agencies seized 3 computers, including Azizova’s underage son’s computer, flash cards, title deed for the apartment, financial documents and business cards. Note that Matanat Azizova was questioned by the General Prosecutor’s Office on May 1, in connection with the case of Rauf Mirgadirov who is charged on treason. She was mostly questioned about the activity of Leyla Yunus, head of the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD). Women Crisis Center is based in the same building as the IPD. On May 6, Baku Court on Grave Crimes announced the verdict on the case of the youth activists from NIDA movement and “Azad Genjlik” organization. Activists Rashadat Akhundov, Zaur Gurbanli, and Ilkin Rustemzadeh have been given 8 years, Mammad Azizov 7 and a half years, Uzeyir Mammadli and Bakhtiyar Guliyev 7 years, and Shahin Novruzlu 6 years prison sentences. Note that the seven activists of NIDA Civic Movement were detained in April and May of 2013 and are charged with planning to use Molotov cocktails during a mass protest in Baku on March 10, 2013. Some of the youth are also charged with illegal possession of drugs. Member of the “Azad Genjlik” (Free Youth) organization Ilkin Rustemzadeh, who is co-accused with NIDA activists, was detained on May 17, 2013. He was first charged with hooliganism, then additionally with organizing riots and attempting to participate in them. The youth detained during the protest against the court verdict on NIDA activists appeared before the Nasimi District Court on May 7. Court handed down 15 days of administrative detention to Tural Abbasli, Shafi Shafiyev, and Haji Zeynalli, 30 days to Kamala Bananyarli, and 20 days to Orkhan Ayyubzadeh. Other activists, Togrul Ibrahim, Turkel Alisoy, Orkhan Rustemzadeh and Rahman Mammadli were fined 400-600 AZN. APFP member Rasul Mursalov was freed after being warned. On May 6, Nasimi District Court rejected the unlawful detention complaint filed by journalist Rauf Mirgadirov. The journalist is currently held in the custody of the Ministry of National Security. Note that Rauf Mirgadirov, correspondent of Baku-based Zerkalo newspaper, was arrested by MNS employees on April 19 after being deported to Baku from Turkish capital city Ankara where he had been living since 2010. He is charged under Article 274 (treason) of the Criminal Code. Nasimi district court has ordered him to serve 3 months of pretrial detention. On May 6, Central Park Hotel did not allow the Art for Democracy human rights campaign to hold a presentation of its website and the report titled "Artistic Freedom of Expression in Azerbaijan: creativity under pressure". Though the organizers had signed a contract, less than an hour before the beginning of the event, in a phone call to the campaign coordinator Rasul Jafarov the hotel administrator said the event was cancelled due to technical reasons. Jafarov believes that the reasons of prevention are rather political. He considered it to be violation of freedom of assembly and expression. On May 8, the trial of Facebook activist Abdul Abilov continued in Baku Court on Grave Crimes, with a hearing chaired by Judge Ahmad Guliyev. Defendant’s lawyer Khalid Bagirov filed a motion for questioning of more witnesses. The judge rejected the motion. Defense witnesses Mahir Ismayilov and Tashkilat Abdullayev testified in the process. They said Abdul Abilov was brought handcuffed to the front of his apartment by plainclothesmen. Note that Facebook activist Abdul Abilov was arrested on November 22, 2013 and charged with illegal possession, storage, manufacturing or sale of drugs which stipulates a prison sentence for up to twelve years. Narimanov district court ordered him to be put in pretrial custody. Abilov was the admin of the Facebook page “Stop sycophants!” which was closed after his arrest. On May 8, during afternoon hours, a fire broke out in Baku Talents Education Center of Azerbaijan Republic State Oil Company located in Sabail district of Baku. The State Fire Protection Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations arrived in the scene to put out the fire. Note that there is also a kindergarten in the affected building. Baku celebrates unofficial annual Flower Festival, which has been marked since 2000 in Baku and other cities in the memory of the late President Heydar Aliyev. Earlier the festival used to be held in the National Park where residents of capital city mainly rest. But now it starts on May 10, on the birthday of Heydar Aliyev, and lasts for several days. Over these days colorful compositions of rare flowers brought from abroad are exhibited in the park named after Heydar Aliyev which is located in front of the Central Bank.
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Added: 2014-06-06
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Video Description: GULAR AHMADOVA RELEASED ON PAROL COURT SENDS NIDA ACTIVISTS TO JAIL FOR LENGTHY TERMS MAY (05 -10)